Who Is A Real Trader?

Over the past twenty-six years I have met,educated and / or helped thousands of people develop a high level of investing and trading skill. Interestingly, over this time I have…

D-ANGER IN TRADING

Anger in Trading is one letter short of Danger in Trading. You walk into his office. He is screaming and shouting on the phone. He slams the phone down. Veins…

Routines or Chaos: The Secrets of Successful Traders

Daily routines play a critical role in the success of top athletes, musical and artistic performers and other world recognised achievers in various fields. For example, it’s been reported that…

What is Genius? Is There a Genius Trading State?

Think about what Sir John Templeton did in 1999 at the heart of the dot.com stock bubble. He took his entire personal fortune and shorted various dot.com stocks. At the…

What Does Your Partner Need to Know About Your Trading?

Doug Dew talks about the importance and benefits of sharing your trading plan with your partner. Doug has been trading on his own account for a number of years. He…

The Scared Trapped Child Inside By Louise Bedford

Are you living your life by rules you didn’t create? It will wear you out. One of the reasons why we might have trouble making good decisions is because of…

Two Lost Skills That Can Improve Your Trading Results

There are two lost skills. Reading and writing. Let’s look at them one at a time. Writing comes first, it is diminishing faster than the sand in the hourglass. I…

Trader’s Story: John Zahra

John Zahra is a mechanical supervisor and trader, currently living in Sydney. John has previously travelled and worked overseas and around Australia in the construction industry. He also spent time…

Becoming More Aware: An Idea that Could Change Your Trading

When I write these articles for Your Trading Edge magazine, my primary purpose is to give you a huge paradigm shift. Paradigm shifts usually come, however, from experiences — not…

Opportunities Everywhere- by Louise Bedford

There are so many things we could do… it’s hard to choose which one would suit us best. It’s usually not a lack of opportunity – it’s an issue of…